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    y separately published work icon The Third Script : Stories from Iran, Tasmania and the UK Shirindokht Nourmanesh (editor), Rachel Edwards (editor), Sean Preston (editor), Hobart : Transportation Press , 2016 9569035 2016 anthology short story

    A collection of short stories from writers at varying stages in their career, from emerging to internationally acclaimed, of open theme from three locations, Iran, Tasmania and the United Kingdom. In her introduction, Amanda Lohrey writes 'The Third Script is a remarkable collection, an unprecedented collaboration between Iranian, English and Tasmanian writers. It takes its name from the writing of Shams-E-Tabriz, Sufi scholar and beloved teacher of the poet Rumi. Loosely translated, the third script refers to an indefinable presence that comes into being when two individuals or cultures meet to evoke a third space of creative potential.'

    The contents and authors comprise:

    • 'Foreword' by Amanda Lohrey
    • 'Watching the Cricket on a Windy Day' by Bert Spinks
    • 'Lean On Me' by Shreya Sen Handley
    • 'In the Afternoon, the Goat Has All The Answers' by Ramin Zahed
    • 'Leisureland' by Amber Wilson
    • 'Is There Something Wrong?' by Nooshin Vahidi
    • 'Tom’s Eyes' by Matt G Turpin
    • 'There are No Jellyfish in El Paso' by Nazli Artemia
    • 'Dancing in Red Square' by Moniro Ravanipour
    • 'The Tiger Quoll' by Robbie Arnott
    • 'A War' by Siamak Vossoughi
    • 'Sing Kunanyi' by Zane Pinner
    • 'The Punch Line' by Lisa Fontaine
    • 'The Swim Back' by Ruairi Murphy
    • 'The Carnivorous Business Algorithm or The Spam Email Rag' by Andrew J Lambie
    • 'The Backwards March' by David McGrath
    • 'Waxina' by Fereshteh Mola
    • 'Clarity' by Jamie Collinson
    • 'Katrin' by Farhad Babaei
    • 'The Deal the Deal the Deal' by Lucinda Shannon
    • 'May I Have a Word?' by Shirindokht Nourmanesh
    Hobart : Transportation Press , 2016
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